In South Dakota, a commune preparing for the end of the world is seeking “ordinary people” to live in its bunkers if the world is hit with a disaster. The 18-mile-long former army camp is situated deep within South Dakota’s Black Hills mountain region.
The executive director of the company, Dante Vicino, stated that “Vivos, now known as an epic humanitarian survival project, is fully prepared for whatever and whenever events may unfold.”
It was originally used to store weapons and explosives between 1942 and 1967. Since then, it has been converted into a settlement of 575 habitable bunkers that can accommodate up to 10,000 people.
Some may choose to invest in developing a survival community where they may weather a calamity with their closest friends and family, as opposed to the many individuals who are building safe rooms and underground shelters in their homes.
If you identify with that, you’ll also be intrigued by this 14-person survival bunker in the heart of the Texas wilderness for 1.1 million. The steel and concrete construction of the subterranean shelter gives it tremendous security. Its interior is airy and light, with ivory walls, plain rugs, and impenetrable doors. It’s an empty canvas that has to be decorated.